Sunday, October 2, 2022

Sullana: Reconstruction with United Kingdom’s technical team and change verified areas where they will execute the Mega Storm Drainage Project for S/460 million

With the Change Reconstruction Authority (ARCC) and technical teams from the United Kingdom arrived in the Sulana province of the Piura region, where they verified the areas that have been considered in the storm water drainage mega project which amounts to S/460 million.

Sullana: Reconstruction with United Kingdom's technical team and change verified areas where they will execute the Mega Storm Drainage Project for S/460 million

Professionals visit the eastern region, such as Quebrada Cienguilo, part of the Canal Via, Lima, Buenos Aires, Belavista and the Nueva de Octubre Secondary Drain. Then, they went to the western region where they observed the terrain conditions of the Colla del Alacran system, a crater that is activated by the presence of rain.

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The manager of the Storm Drainage Project, Edvar Contreras, arrived in the province with representatives from the Benito Rogio company, which is responsible for the project, and the VKDT. He visited the drainage points “in situ”, with Sullana, Marco Zegarra’s deputy manager of studies and projects.

The Comprehensive Storm Drainage System is one of the key tasks of the current administration of Mayor Power Saldana Sánchez, the same one that will be executed under government-to-government modalities with the United Kingdom, similar to the New Sullana Hospital project.

The project involves the construction of a drainage system that prevents the flow of water through the canal and into other parts of the city to prevent flooding during the rainy season and will benefit over 250,000 citizens of Sulana and Belavista districts .

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